July 21, 2024
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e content (Veterinary Surgery)

1 Introduction to veterinary surgery

2 Considerations during surgery

3 Risk assessment

6 SHOCK

7 WOUNDS

8 HAEMORRHAGE

9 Burns

10 X ray Production

11 X ray Interaction with matter

12 Common Radiographic Faults

12 Radiation hazards & safety

13 Contrast Radiography

14 Radiographic faults and artefacts on the film

16 Ultrasonography

17 Anaesthesia

18 Preanaesthetic medication

19 Local and regional anaesthesia Part I

20 Local and regional anaesthesia Part II

21 Injectable General anaesthesia

22 Inhalant anaesthesia

23 Monitoring Anaesthesia

24 anaesthetic emergencies

25 Acupuncture anaesthesia

26 Electronarcosis, hypothermia and chemical immobilization

27 Affections of Teeth

28 Salivary Glands

29 Lateral ear canal resection

30 The eye Palpebrae

31 The eye

32 The eye Globe

33 The eye Miscellaneous

34 Poll evil etc

35 Larynx, Pharynx & Trachea

36 Pyloric stenosis

37 Fractures- Classification

38 Fractures- healing

39 Fractures- Principles of management

40 Fractures-Methods of fracture management

41 Fractures-Miscellaneous

42 Fractures-Complications

43 Conformation of Horse

44 Lameness

45 Diagnostic Imaging Modalities in Veterinary Practice – An Introduction

46 The stomach

47 Hernias-I

48 Hernias-II

49 Inflammation

50 Inhalation anesthesia

51 Instrument handling and skills

52 Xray for diagnostic purposes

53 factors influencing xray

54 Radiographic films

55 Scattered radiation and control

56 Basics of radiographic evaluations

57 Radiation hazard and safety

58 USG

59 Principle of radiation therapy

60 Fluoroscopy

61 Liver, Spleen

62 Local Anaesthesia

63 Narcotic Analgesics

64 Pre-anesthetic considerations

65 Reinforced surgeon’s knot one-hand-tie

66 Ruminant Stomach

67 Ruminant Stomach-Abomasal displacement